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Accelerator (reissue)
  1. Expander (5:18)
  2. Stolen Documents (5:44)
  3. While Others Cry (4:14)
  4. Calcium (2:42)
  5. It's Not My Problem (7:48)
  6. Papua New Guinea (6:32)
  7. Moscow (3:53)
  8. 1 In 8 (3:39)
  9. Pulse State (8:34)
  10. Central Industrial (3:56)
Review: There is a great selection of reissues of Future Sound of London's back catalogue going on right now. It goes all the way back to 1988 when they first started chaining the game with their forward facing electronics and mix of rave, breaks, hardcore and ambient into something utterly fresh. It still resonates today, hence these reissues, and this one is a 25th Anniversary edition of Accelerator. This one was, at the time, seen as the group's most "commercially-minded" album but that takes nothing way from its visionary sonics and immersive sonic landscapes.
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 in stock $17.16
Make You Whole
Cat: COLLEIS 004. Rel: 10 May 22
  1. Make You Whole (Dusky remix) (6:03)
  2. Make You Whole (Coco Bryce remix) (6:32)
  3. Make You Whole (7:57)
  4. Make You Whole (Smokin Jo dub) (5:49)
Review: bBreakbeats have been back in fashion for a hot minute now. They are reliable vehicles for many things - all out high energy raving or piano laced uplifting joy. We get a bit of all of that more on this new selection of remixes of Andonicus's 'Make You Whole' tune. Dusky go first with a feel good and euphoric sound that is old school in mood but new school in execution. Coco Bryce then deploys some of his masterful jungle breaks for a high energy trip and after a remaster of the big and bouncy original version comes a Smokin Jo dub that is pure fire.
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 in stock $13.00
Battle Of The Planets
Cat: BMVMT 007. Rel: 16 May 22
  1. A Journey To Planet Acid
  2. Revenge Of The Wasp
  3. Infinity
  4. Questions From The Future
  5. Middle Peace
  6. Planet 90
  7. Work It
  8. Planet Assault
  9. Planet Funk
  10. Battle Of The Planets
 in stock $20.79
Squeeze Me
Cat: JAL 374V. Rel: 05 May 22
  1. Squeeze Me (feat Ben Westbeech) (3:20)
  2. Bobby & Whitney (4:25)
Review: Kraak & Smaak are back on Jalapeno with their inimitable brand of big, bad and bold beats. Ben Westbeech guests on their new hit 'Squeeze Me', which manages to strike a balance somewhere between big beat, hip-hop and funk, with a soulful vocal turn which has its eyes on crossover success. The stabs alone have 'drivetime hit' written all over them. On the flip you get a slinkier disco house vibe as 'Bobby & Whitney' slides out across the grooves of this 7". Boogie synths aplenty, a catchy chorus and some killer wah wah guitar chops abound - all the goodness you need as we enter the warmer months of the year.
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Intérprete: The Allergies
 in stock $15.07
Ying Yang
Ying Yang (12")
Cat: PILOT 07. Rel: 11 Apr 22
  1. Ying Yang (5:31)
  2. Drop De Tiddies (7:53)
Review: Cologne's DJOKO has been exploring breakbeats and electro formations under the Kolter banner over the past couple of years, dropping some serious heat on Talman, Pilot and Body Movement. It's Pilot he returns to for this bang tidy two tracker of taut and crisp breaks which wouldn't sound out of place in a Plump DJs set circa 2005. 'Ying Yang' slips some vocodered spirituality in amongst a punchy beat and warm splashes of analogue synth work. The slightly saucier 'Drop De Tiddies' rides a break and works an old-skool hip hop sample before ripping into some chirpy lead lines, making for a fun and fruity dancefloor delight.
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Blackbird (12")
Cat: VIVID 10. Rel: 16 May 22
  1. Oldboy - "Blackbird" (3:55)
  2. Oldboy - "Walrus Party" (4:50)
  3. Xander - "If I Tell EM" (4:58)
  4. Xander - "Get To The Point" (4:52)
  5. Longeez - "Evermore" (4:47)
  6. Longeez - "Wheel Up" (5:09)
Review: The latest from Burnski's Vivid label is a three way split, six track affair with Oldboy, Xander and Longeez each dispatching a pair of tunes in the label's trademark roughneck breakbeat style. - Oldboy kicks off proceedings with the speedy junglisms of 'Blackbird' before the chunkier, funkier and a little more traditionally paced breaks heft of 'Walrus Party'. Xander's 'If I Tell EM' and 'Get To The Point' both plays off two step rhythmic twists and menacing bass against dreamy synths and more breakbeaty flourishes, before Longeez closes proceedings with the slightly sparser 'Evermore' - super sharp hi hats and echoing rasta dialogue - and the appropriately spinback-peppered 'Wheel Up'.
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Play (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: STUMM172. Rel: 15 May 99
  1. Honey (3:12)
  2. Find My Baby (3:59)
  3. Porcelain (4:00)
  4. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? (4:26)
  5. South Side (3:50)
  6. Rushing (2:58)
  7. Bodyrock (3:36)
  8. Natural Blues (4:15)
  9. Machete (3:38)
  10. 7 (1:02)
  11. Run On (3:45)
  12. Down Slow (1:35)
  13. If Things Were Perfect (4:16)
  14. Everloving (3:23)
  15. Inside (4:48)
  16. Guitar Flute & String (2:09)
  17. The Sky Is Broken (4:16)
  18. My Weakness (3:36)
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FWA 000
  1. Track 1 (7:22)
  2. Track 2 (6:25)
Review: Here's some no-nonsense breakbeat powered party tackle from a shadowy crew simply called Fellas With An Attitude. This is one of those flips which will have you roaring with approval on the dancefloor, as an iconic vogue-centric rap gets framed by a rolling break, nagging cuts and jagged samples. It's not as rough as you might think though, and there's a plush pad to smooth everything over and help this party rocker go down easy. On the flip, another version channels a slow proto-hardcore vibe from the era when Blapps Posse et al were working out what to do with breakbeats, electro drum machine beats and hip hop sampling. This one will do some damage.
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Rituals E7.001 (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Cat: LPRSDTOT 84. Rel: 03 May 22
  1. Hopiate (7:27)
  2. Triple Circles (2:19)
  3. Somewhere Outside (1:47)
  4. Ritualised (5:12)
  5. Time Cone (4:47)
  6. Solar Signal (3:22)
  7. Sand To Ocean (3:20)
  8. Far Seeker (3:35)
  9. Slowly Slipped Away (2:04)
  10. Visibility Accumulation (3:40)
  11. I Am Error (3:20)
  12. Colour Primary (2:35)
  13. Time Passed The Sun (3:54)
Review: Tracing The Future Sound of London's back catalogue right back to 1988, when 'Stakker Humanoid' blew minds with a blueprint that would go on to define the standard formulas for British electro and breakbeat before either had been drawn, you quickly realise the journey back to where we are today involves passing landmark after landmark. It's hard not to consider Rituals as another. Marking a return of the outfit's Environments series, which already had six innovative instalments preceding this, hit play on opening number 'Hopiate' and you're immediately transported to every great morning after a night of amazing hedonism before. Pretty, reflective refrains and warm, Earthly details parting for a moment of silence before unifying rolling drums kick in - soundtrack to the best rave at 9AM you've either been to or not. Cue another 12 tracks that are equally transportive and explain so much about why, decades after these tones first hypnotised youth, we're still lining up for more.
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Slowrush EP
Cat: BTR 005. Rel: 13 May 22
  1. Too Real Eyez (7:13)
  2. Bientam (4:56)
  3. Slowrush (7:44)
  4. MOY - "Echolab" (Wiles remix) (6:08)
Review: Ritual Poison's Batrachian sublabel has been slipping out the odd 12" here and there with a more melodic flip to the ravey intentions of their main operation. Following Bufobufo and MOY comes Wiles, who offers up a warm and inviting strain of breakbeat with emotional impact at the forefront of the creative mission. 'Too Real Eyez' keeps the drums steady and rolling and folds acid lines into the mix, but the pads swoon with orchestral poise. 'Bientam' gets a little cheekier without losing that plaintive quality in the harmonic composition, while 'Slowrush' diverts towards outright electronica with a haunting quality. Wiles finishes this record up with a remix of MOY's 'Echolab', which turns into a fractured and submerged trip that doesn't shirk its commitment to languid acid and diced up breakbeat.
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Mojan Edits
Cat: BBP 200. Rel: 03 Mar 22
  1. Uptight Boss (3:06)
  2. Beg For A Dollar (3:26)
Review: Breakbeat Paradise has got another one of its fun and functional new 7"s ready for your delectation here. It has a great backstory, too, that involves Berry Gordy taking some of his Motown stars on holiday to Jamaica in 1969. Some of them recorded with local musicians in the upcoming reggae scene but the sessions were though lost, until now. Well, it sounds like that could be true, but it isn't - in fact they are the work of Mako & Mr Bristow and are two crowd pleasing tunes with reggae, soul and funk deep in their bones. 'Uptight Boss' in particular is a timeless classic.
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Seducer (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PILOT 06. Rel: 14 Feb 22
  1. Seducer (5:26)
  2. Neintien Eyti (5:49)
  3. Gifting (5:47)
  4. Closing Time (6:01)
Review: DJOKO hops back into his Kolter guise after an excellent release on a split EP with Robert James for Body Movement. Now he gets the run of the record on his fourth appearance for Pilot, and he wastes no time in getting the party started with the wiggy breakbeat house trance trip of 'Seducer'. By way of contrast, 'Neintien Eyti' creates a uniquely bubbly kind of happy house with splashes of acid and breakbeat. 'Gifting' strips things back to a cool-headed garage shuffle, and then 'Closing Time' freaks the funk back in once more for some organ-led fun and games.
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Wheel Spin
Cat: FLEX 7002. Rel: 19 Oct 21
  1. Wheel Spin (Revision) (4:50)
  2. Giv It Up (Revision) (4:58)
Review: Acclaimed French producer The Reflex is back on his Flex7 imprint. The Reflex moniker is part tribute to Nile Rodgers' remix of Duran Duran's 1984 song of the same name and a nod to the Logic Pro production software's Flextime tool, which allows users to alter and sync audio files. It's business as usual on this one, with two remixes direct from the master tapes combining creativity and functionality for maximum dancefloor impact. On the A side you've got the low slung yet elevating soul power of 'Wheel Spin' (Revision), while over on the flip there's the downtown vocal funk of 'Giv It Up' (Revision).
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Re4mat (12")
Cat: RP 008. Rel: 13 May 22
  1. Werk My Body (6:20)
  2. Werk My Body (Local Group remix) (6:09)
  3. Re4mat (6:53)
  4. R U Ready (6:12)
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Substrate EP
Cat: PARTOUT 605. Rel: 18 May 22
  1. Temple Guardian (5:21)
  2. Stalactites (5:59)
  3. Substrate (5:18)
  4. Last In The Box (5:20)
Review: You can't fault the recent run of form that Partout have put together. This latest one finds them welcome back BufoBufo for another floor-facing collection of muscular mixes of minimal, breaks, electro, techno and acid. 'Temple Guardian' opens in blistering fashion, with stark hits and reverberating drums underpinned by busted bass and cut up with mad acid. 'Stalactites' is a more heady high, with meandering, softer acid lines and warm bass undercurrents. There is a cosmic electro vibe to 'Substrate' which gets your head amongst the stars and then its a 90s tech workout to finish with 'Last In The Box.'
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The Wetter The Better
Cat: DEEPR 007. Rel: 03 May 22
  1. Deep Penetration (5:12)
  2. DNB Spacedrift (4:31)
  3. Midnight Special (6:13)
  4. Soul Brotha #1 (6:03)
Review: Detroit's Filthiest is Julian Shamou, also known as 313 Bass Mechanics and many other names. His strain of ghettotech is light and airy, with plenty of melodic hooks to nice up the dance, but it's absolutely music to get down low to. He's been prolific on labels like Casa Voyager and Bass Agenda lately, but here he rocks up to Deep & Roll with four refined slices of machine funk. There's a spooky, spaced out but soulful vibe to 'Deep Penetration', while 'Dnb Spacedrift' ups the tempo and lays down hazy pad tones. 'Midnight Special' is a chiller with plenty of weight in the low end, while 'Soul Brotha #1' finishes the EP off with a house tempo roller that could go down a treat in a warm up set.

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 in stock $14.30
Dig Your Own Hole (remastered)
Dig Your Own Hole (remastered) (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 842950 1. Rel: 18 Nov 16
  1. Block Rockin' Beats (5:14)
  2. Dig Your Own Hole (5:31)
  3. Elektrobank (8:19)
  4. Piku (4:53)
  5. Setting Sun (5:29)
  6. It Doesn't Matter (6:15)
  7. Don't Stop The Rock (4:50)
  8. Get Up On It Like This (2:44)
  9. Lost In The K Hole (3:52)
  10. Where Do I Begin (6:51)
  11. The Private Psychedelic Reel (9:30)
 in stock $22.62
Electronic Funk
Electronic Funk (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PILOT 03. Rel: 07 Jan 22
  1. Electronic Funk (6:12)
  2. D1000 (5:02)
  3. Escape & Evasion (6:44)
  4. Halo (5:25)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Pilot comes correct with a third new release in quick succession. We were big fans of the first two and this one is another muscular, action packed slab of wax from North Phase. Once again he draws on many different genres to cook up his floor filling beats. 'Electronic Funk' is a bit of a throw back to when the Plump DJs were good, while 'D1000' then gets more down and dirty on scuzzy bass and electro pops. 'Escape & Evasion' is the most heady of the lot with its sparse atmosphere and old school breaks and 'Halo' closes on a cosmic borne beat wig out.
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Goodbye (12")
Cat: ZIQ 443. Rel: 15 Apr 22
  1. Goodbye VIP (4:23)
  2. Giddy All Over (2:58)
  3. Moise (3:06)
  4. Rave Whistle (3:39)
  5. Rave Whistle (Darkside mix) (4:11)
  6. Rave Whistle (Jungle Tekno mix) (4:35)
Review: u-Ziq is Mike Paradinas, the label head at Planet Mu. And this, despite the title, is the first in a new series of EPs for the label. They are all based around the fact that his classic 1997 album 'Lunatic Harness' is now 25 years old and getting a special Anniversary Edition. The music here has been inspired by Mike going back through the archives and revisiting some of the sounds from the 90s - namely jungle and jungle tekno. Those templates are updated with modern thinking and modern gear but a fantastic sense of melody remains with sombre pianos, acid lines and amen breaks also chucked into the mix.
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The World Is Always Ending
Cat: DB 282. Rel: 20 Apr 22
  1. Escape (5:05)
  2. The World Is Always Ending (5:16)
Review: Here's a crucial one-two punch from the Dirtybird camp, heading into proper ruffneck territory for those who want to nasty up the dance. Nikki Nair is back on the label following two previous joints alongside outings for Lobster Theremin and Banoffee Pies amongst many others. This time she's paired up with NALA for two distinct vocal cuts. The A side 'Escape' is a positively grubby slice of ravey electro with plenty of production flair and a coolly detached rap refrain. Meanwhile the flip has a more melodious, catchy tint as NALA's vocal glides atop a crunchy breakbeat.
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Intérprete: Juno Recommends Bass
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Breaking The Loop EP
Cat: UFOS 004. Rel: 28 Mar 22
  1. Xx (8:56)
  2. Oasis (6:41)
  3. Breaking The Loop (7:38)
  4. Always Love (6:44)
Review: UFO Series starts 2022 with a high quality and intergalactic EP from a revelation artist called Moy On Wire. Emotional focused music that can remind us of many classic, warm and extra terrestrial sounds,crazy secuences even in fragments of the EP you can start making memories of the incredible space duo daft punk.
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 in stock $11.43
From A Different Time
Cat: AS 013. Rel: 21 Apr 22
  1. A Different Kind Of Local Superstition (7:25)
  2. Black Top (6:39)
  3. From A Different Time (4:39)
  4. Green Top (6:08)
  5. Moring (4:53)
  6. Qom (4:34)
  7. ReUp 2 (5:08)
  8. Spider Bags (3:29)
 in stock $25.22
Lost Connection
Cat: SOS 004. Rel: 12 May 22
  1. Ataria (4:52)
  2. Dusk (5:42)
  3. Fragments (4:38)
  4. Every Time I See Your Face (4:29)
  5. Power (7:58)
  6. Turbulence (6:12)
  7. Lost Connection (4:24)
 in stock $17.16
Music For The Jilted Generation
Cat: XLLP 114. Rel: 03 Apr 94
  1. Intro
  2. Break & Enter
  3. Their Law (feat Pop Will Eat Itself)
  4. Full Throttle
  5. Voodoo People (2:00)
  6. Speedway (Theme From Fastlane)
  7. The Heat (The Energy)
  8. Poison (feat Maxim) (2:00)
  9. No Good (Start The Dance)
  10. One Love (edit) (2:00)
  11. 3 Kilos
  12. Skylined
  13. Claustrophobic Sting
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Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005
Their Law: The Singles 1990-2005 (180 gram silver vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: XLLP 190. Rel: 26 Jun 14
  1. Firestarter
  2. Their Law
  3. Breathe
  4. Out Of Space
  5. Smack My Bitch Up
  6. Poison
  7. Girls
  8. Voodoo People
  9. Charly
  10. No Good (Start The Dance)
  11. Spitfire
  12. Jericho
  13. Everybody In The Place
  14. One Love
  15. Hot Ride
 in stock $24.94
The Vamp (reissue)
The Vamp (reissue) (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: RSVAMP CLEAR. Rel: 16 Jul 21
  1. The Vamp (5:11)
  2. The Vamp
Review: Plenty of controversy has surrounded the R&S label of late, but the music it releases remains crucial. This time it is a reissue that gets us excited with Belgian artist Marcos Salon aka The Outlander's debut EP from 1991 in the spotlight. The visceral five track offering is all about high impact, floor facing techno with dramatic synth builds and driving drums. Often thought to be one of the most most intelligent rave release's R&S put out during this period, it still fits right in today with artists like Ben UFO never afraid to reach for the classics.
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 in stock $11.95
Hidden Shelter
Cat: IT 050. Rel: 19 Apr 22
  1. Enjoy Reality (5:19)
  2. Look Precisely (6:12)
  3. Focus On Positivity (5:55)
  4. Practice Daily (5:45)
Review: Munich's pride The Zenker Brothers throw down a 'focused daily positivity practice' for Hidden Shelter, the latest release on their Ilian Tape imprint. The result is four tracks that read like a self-help manual: get motivated by the industrial strength breaks of 'Enjoy Reality', followed by the dubbed-out, greyscale stomp of 'Look Precisely' and find your vision. Turn over to side B and clarity awaits, albeit beyond the dense fog of the cavernous and glacial 'Focus On Positivity' and closing it out is the steely power of 'Practice Daily' which is rather typical of the duo's renown style and sure to inspire the potential in others.
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Trickster (limited 2xLP)
Cat: ES 812020A. Rel: 25 Mar 22
  1. Cell Invasion (3:39)
  2. Infinite Fragment (3:47)
  3. Doomsayer (3:42)
  4. Bluezone (3:17)
  5. Signs Of Recovery (3:46)
  6. Onomatop (3:51)
  7. C-Rays (5:07)
  8. Incarnation (2:55)
  9. Breathing Rate (3:04)
  10. Inkling (3:43)
  11. Hidden Shadow (3:38)
  12. Polygon (3:56)
  13. Regeneration (4:01)
  14. Flicker (4:00)
Review: DJ Krush's strange brand of abstracted, industrial hip hop reached a peak in 2020, on the release of his most recent album 'Trickster', which sees a repress by popular demand only two years after release. Production-wise, it's leagues beyond his 90s work, owing just as much to the neurological sound design of Noisia than it does to his early contemporaries like DJ Spooky. Listen out to the wigglingly frantic cut 'Incarnation', or the Burialized wonker 'Hidden Shadow', both of which epitmose Krust's well-honed taste for atmosphere, mood and fuzz.
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Principles Of Motion (reissue)
  1. Drive (5:09)
  2. Open Loop (4:09)
  3. Flight (4:35)
  4. Critical Ebb (4:56)
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Void (limited gatefold white vinyl LP + poster + MP3 download code)
Cat: HTH 157. Rel: 29 Apr 22
  1. Blood Club (5:37)
  2. Caller Unknown (4:04)
  3. Tether (feat Daemon) (3:21)
  4. Silhouettes (2:45)
  5. Cloak & Dagger (1:31)
  6. Flashforward (4:18)
  7. Desire (4:51)
  8. Over The Walls (2:50)
  9. Remain In Stasis (feat Grove) (5:52)
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Rave Tool
Rave Tool (12")
Cat: VIVID 09. Rel: 14 Mar 22
  1. Rave Tool (4:11)
  2. Dents (3:57)
  3. No Caller ID (3:58)
  4. Palm Tree (3:09)
  5. Don't Think (4:03)
Review: Vivid's unashamedly retro-tinted breakbeat assault continues apace with five more high grade suggest. It is the newly emergent, in form Daffy who follows up a nice EP on Time Is Now earlier in the year with throwback mash up. There are rigid metal chords panning about the mix next to bleeping fax machines and bustling breaks on the opener and from there he doesn't let up. 'Dents' is a bass heavy garage workout with razor sharp hits and 'No Caller ID' drops deeper into warped garage basslines. 'Palm Tree' is pure jungle goodness, and last of all 'Don't Think' is maybe the best of the lot.
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Cyclone EP
Cat: SHR 005. Rel: 04 Feb 22
  1. Cyclone (5:24)
  2. Time Zone Unknown (5:42)
  3. Room 1 (6:19)
  4. Groove Merchant (6:13)
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I Own Your Energy
Cat: TIMEDANCE 025. Rel: 11 Nov 21
  1. I Own Your Energy (4:08)
  2. Inner Space (4:57)
  3. Go Deeper (4:44)
  4. Deep Breath (5:05)
Review: It's been two long years since Omar McCutcheon AKA Batu put out an EP on his popular Timedance label, so the arrival of I Own Your Energy is most welcome. In keeping with the weighty, mind-mangling "techno-not-techno" style he's developed over the last decade, the EP is full to bursting with hard-to-pigeonhole, sub-heavy excursions aimed fairly and squarely at UK bass dancefloors. Title track 'I Own Your Energy' wraps metallic motifs and echoing electronics to a sturdy post-dubstep beat, while 'Inner Space' is a fizzing, heavyweight techno workout that boasts some surprising (but inspired) sounds. Over on the flip, 'Go Deeper' is a sleazy and breathless polyrhythmic techno jam with a lo-fi edge, and 'Deep Breath' sounds like a Bristolian take on LFO circa Frequencies.
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Pump Up The Sound EP
Cat: SLUMP 002. Rel: 12 May 22
  1. Pump Up The Sound (5:07)
  2. Faulty VHS Chewed My WWF Tapes (4:50)
  3. Only The Lonely (2:02)
  4. Westfest Windmills (5:56)
  5. Warm Grass With Friends (4:57)
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Cat: PCLTD 07. Rel: 14 Apr 22
  1. Intro (3:29)
  2. Edit (4:15)
  3. SA-124 (7:59)
  4. Warning (5:54)
  5. Birds Of Paradise (6:50)
  6. Bubble (Contagious mix) (5:28)
  7. Planet 4 (5:43)
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All Hours
All Hours (12" + insert)
Cat: ZEN 12588. Rel: 05 Nov 21
  1. Decisions (AM intro) (1:42)
  2. You Could Be (feat George Riley) (3:38)
  3. Real Enough To Feel Good (5:09)
  4. Inna Circle (5:26)
  5. Last Before Lights (6:08)
  6. Quest Select (AM outro) (1:30)
Review: Manchester's revered DJ and producer Anz makes a long-awaited debut on Ninja Tune here with her standout All Hours EP. On it, the artist pays tribute to many different aspects of electronic music from across the ages. It is ambitious in that regard, but more than pulls off the task as it soundtracks a whole 24 hour period. After the warm bass and finger clicks of the opener come upbeat summer melodies and slapping electro-funk on 'You Could Be,' shuffling UKG vibes that are super sweet on 'Real Enough To Feel Good,' blistering old school breaks on 'Inna Circle' and a rave tinged old school and hardcore banger on 'Last Before Lights.' These genre-bending sounds are infectious and joyous in equal measure.
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Fabric Presents Overmono
Cat: FABRIC 209. Rel: 16 Jul 21
  1. Overmono - "So U Kno"
  2. Artwork - "The Soul"
  3. Foremost Poets - "MoonRaker"
  4. Milanese - "Billy Hologram"
  5. Antonio - "Hyperfunk"
  6. Overmono - "If U Ever"
  7. DJ Zank - "Pegassans"
  8. Surgeon & James Ruskin - "Sound Pressure" (part 3)
  9. Holy Ghost - "4AM At The Crying Cactus"
  10. LB Dub Corp - "I Have A Dream" (feat Benjamin Zephaniah)
  11. Plastikman - "Fuk"
  12. For Those I Love - "I Have A Love" (Overmono remix)
  13. DJ Misjah - "Victim"
  14. Powder - "Lost Of Light"
  15. Overmono - "BMW Track"
  16. LCY - "Shhh"
  17. Vex'd - "Pop Pop"
  18. Robert Fleck - "Bromine"
  19. Anz - "Morphing Into Brighter"
  20. Actress - "Caves Of Paradise"
  21. Remarc - "Thunderclap" (Dubplate mix)
  22. Equiknoxx - "A Rabbit Spoke To Me When I Woke Up"
  23. Ed Rush & Optical - "Bacteria"
  24. Orca - "Intellect"
  25. Smith & Mighty - "Film Score"
  26. Blawan - "Fourth Dimensional"
  27. Roy Of The Ravers - "Erolfa"
  28. Sockethead - "When I Close My Eyes I See Paint"
  29. 1995 Epilepsy - "Get 2 Kno"
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Shake What Your Mama Gave Ya
Cat: JAL 368V. Rel: 31 Mar 22
  1. Shake What Your Mama Gave Ya (3:28)
  2. Man Of Constant Sorrow (3:40)
Review: The Jalepeno label is a famously fiery funk outlet that serves up more of that dance floor heat here. It comes from Skeewiff's One Sample Short Of A Lawsuit EP back in 2000 and gets pressed to its own tidy 7" here. As the title of that EP suggests, this is music that mashes up the past with a serious of sizzling samples over driving rhythms. 'Shake What Your Mama Gave Ya' is real horn led b-boy stuff with crashing breaks, and on the flip is 'Man Of Constant Sorrow' with its nagging and iconic vocals over a more country-fried funk beat.
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John Digweed Presents Quattro Artists
  1. Moonlight Pools (CD1: Quivver - Revelate)
  2. Horizons
  3. Nothin' New To Feel
  4. Atomised
  5. Funkily
  6. Altered
  7. Shine
  8. Hold
  9. 5 AM
  10. Crystals
  11. Bleu Azur (CD2: Captain Mustache - Indigo Memories)
  12. Indigo Memories
  13. Paola
  14. Bleu Ciel
  15. Catch Me (feat Davina)
  16. Andromeda
  17. Ultra Neon
  18. Midnight Man
  19. Shapes & Oddity
  20. Mentally Naked (feat Chicks On Speed)
  21. Amanecer (CD3: Lopezhouse - Apollo)
  22. Clouds
  23. Soyuz II
  24. Burning
  25. Unknown Call
  26. ECAZ
  27. Echoes From Mars
  28. Love In The Spacecraft
  29. Apollo
  30. Needless
  31. Endless Voyage
  32. The Valley
  33. Someday
  34. Bamboo Forest (CD4: Satoshi Fumi - Mysterious Phenomenon)
  35. A Ridge Of A Mountain
  36. Dawn & The Moon
  37. Star Gazer
  38. Gentle Flame
  39. Field Flowers
  40. Reflection On The Water
  41. Air Castle
  42. Out To Sea
  43. A Ray Of Sunlight
  44. Drop Of Rain
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SNKRX 09 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: SNKRX 09. Rel: 23 Mar 22
  1. Square Jazz (7:02)
  2. Sirens (5:42)
  3. Old Gold (Low End Activist Park End Refix) (5:31)
  4. Old Gold (Monopolypella mix) (3:26)
Review: As many of you will know, Jason Warlock has been serving up killer club cuts since the bleep and breakbeat hardcore era, with many of his more recent releases being rediscovered jams from that period. Whether the two original tracks on this release from that period date from then is not confirmed, but they both sound like delicious blasts from the past. 'Square Jazz' is a wonderfully creepy, sub-heavy blast of 1990 style breakbeat hardcore, while 'Sirens' boasts even filthier bass, glassy-eyed Yorkshire bleeps and insanely crispy breakbeats. Over on the flip you'll find two reworks of his last Sneaker Social Club single, 'Old Gold': a proto-jungle-meets-21st century bleep & breaks re-wire from Low End Activist and the bleeping, bass-heavy, beat-free 'Monopolypella Mix'.
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Come My Selector
Cat: SNKR 015. Rel: 09 Oct 18
  1. Yours (7:43)
  2. Come My Selector (4:49)
  3. Abra Cadabra (6:23)
  4. Turn Off The Lights (5:11)
Intérprete: INSTINCT
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Gemini (12")
Cat: INSTINCT 20. Rel: 11 Apr 22
  1. Gemini (5:49)
  2. Kilo Of Filo (5:19)
  3. De Nata (4:40)
Review: Burnski's Instinct label serves up some fresh platters from a new name, Papa Nugs. These are of course naughty as you like garage tinged late night gems for cosy dance floors. Opener 'Gemini' is a high speed affair with exotic strings and neck-snapping hits. 'Kilo of Filo' is a super heavy wobbler with a fat as fuck bottom end oscillation. 'De Nata' closes out on more super crisp breakbeats that recall the genres hey day when artists like Ali B were knocking out killer mixes for Fabric. All killer no filler, as ever with this label.
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Pool (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: ITLP 09. Rel: 09 Jun 21
  1. Nvivo (5:35)
  2. Stone Cold 369 (5:58)
  3. LFO (4:58)
  4. Rdvnedub (6:14)
  5. CZ3000 Dub (6:19)
  6. DJ Camo Bro (5:56)
  7. Collapse Casual (4:28)
  8. Breathing Method (5:54)
  9. Ozone (4:56)
  10. Rio Dub (5:43)
  11. Testo BC Mashup (6:50)
  12. Dolan Tours (6:37)
  13. Absence (5:15)
  14. 60681Z (6:18)
  15. Crosssection (4:46)
  16. Harrison Ford (5:01)
  17. Pepper Boys (6:13)
  18. Fourth (5:27)
Review: Munich based producer Bryan Mueller aka Skee Mask presents his latest album titled Pool, via local imprint Ilian Tape which follows up his LP Compro which came out three years ago. There's an extensive collection of sonic experiments on offer on this one, such as opening cut 'Nvivo' which goes down an IDM route, to the glassy eyed rave euphoria of 'LFO', the intelligent drum and bass reductions of 'Rio Dub' and UK influenced steppers like 'Crossection'.
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Toxic Funk Vol 7
Cat: BBP 196. Rel: 04 Nov 21
  1. Put Your Catz Up (4:20)
  2. Hot Jumpin' (4:08)
Review: Breakbeat Paradise serves up some big joints for b-boys and b-girls. There is a decidedly old school feel to these tunes that harks back to the glory days of early block parties in the streets of New York and its surrounding boroughs. The vital 45rm opens with 'Put Your Catz Up,' a jumbled of big horns, lively vocal chants and tumbling, wooden drums and hits that is all about getting crowds up on their toes. 'Hot Jumpin'' cuts loose on more leggy drums, with old school whistles and a classic vocal refrain that demand everybody get up and jump, and surely they will.
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Rafi's Revenge: 20th Anniversary Edition
Rafi's Revenge: 20th Anniversary Edition (gatefold white vinyl 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: LMS 5521230. Rel: 22 Mar 19
  1. Naxalite (4:44)
  2. Buzzin (4:30)
  3. Black White (3:37)
  4. Assassin (4:03)
  5. Hypocrite (3:48)
  6. Charge (3:39)
  7. Free Satpal Ram (3:46)
  8. Dub Mentality (4:29)
  9. Culture Move (4:32)
  10. Operation Eagle Lie (3:22)
  11. Change (3:10)
  12. Tribute To John Stevens (5:17)
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How To Stay Alive
Cat: MC 053. Rel: 07 Apr 22
  1. How To Stay Alive (5:42)
  2. Kick The Break In (8:43)
Review: Mint Condition has so far proved adept at licensing and reissuing high-grade fare from the 1990s that many people may have missed out on first time around. This single from Dylan Beale, one of two he released as Eze-Ozo back in 1991, is undoubtedly essential: a two-track bleep & breaks excursion that strikes a perfect balance between the alien, sci-fi sounding weight of purist bleep and the rolling energy of early breakbeat hardcore. 'How To Stay Alive' is shuffling, crunchy and sub-heavy, with nods to trippy US deep house as well as early Warp releases, while 'Kick The Break In' comes from the same sonic space as the contemporaneous Original Clique and Ubik releases.
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Bonesbreaks Volume 16-2
  1. Funky Acid Makossa (5:41)
  2. Mondolay Break (5:20)
  3. Techno Bass (5:37)
  4. I Want The People To Know (5:06)
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Multi Culti Solstice I
  1. Inigo Vontier & Simple Symmetry - "Hocus Pocus" (6:56)
  2. Ponty Mython - "Pinto La Meah" (6:40)
  3. Pancho Piedra - "Servio" (4:24)
  4. Hermetics & Hannah Lee - "Lux Naturae" (4:58)
  5. Magic Pirate - "Make Me A Jazz Coffee" (3:34)
Review: Nice to see some material from Multi Culti on vinyl this week. The Montreal-based label's brand of off-kilter nu-disco strains are once again on fine display on the first edition of Multi Culti Solstice. Mexican producer Inigo Vontier (Duro) collaborates with Russian duo Simple Symmetry to kick off the first side with the deep, late-night groove of 'Hocus Pocus', followed by the always impressive Ponty Mython with the dusty and blunted junkyard beats of 'Pinto La Meah'. Over on the flip, Hermetics & Hannah Lee get into some seriously low slung oddball business on 'Lux Naturae' and Magic Pirate takes you to a higher state with the meditative rhythms of 'Make Me A Jazz Coffee'.
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Intérprete: GK Machine
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Void (CD)
Cat: HTH 157CD. Rel: 29 Apr 22
  1. Blood Club
  2. Caller Unknown
  3. Tether (feat Daemon)
  4. Silhouettes
  5. Cloak & Dagger
  6. Flashforward
  7. Desire
  8. Over The Walls
  9. Remain In Stasis (feat Grove)
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30 Years Of Rage Part 2
Cat: RAGELPPT 2. Rel: 03 Jun 19
  1. Rhythim Is Rhythim - "Emanon" (3:34)
  2. Cybersonik - "Technarchy" (5:50)
  3. Frankie Bones - "Just As Long As I Got You" (club mix) (5:21)
  4. Ecstacy Club - "Jesus Loves The Acid" (7:44)
  5. Nightmares On Wax - "Aftermath" (5:51)
  6. Juno - "Soul Thunder" (5:56)
  7. Bodysnatch - "Just 4 U London" (Kuff mix) (5:01)
  8. Q Project - "Champion Sound" (Alliance remix) (6:15)
Review: Deep in the trenches of the acid house revolution, Fabio & Grooverider were experimenting with a darker blend of sonics week in, week out at Rage, one of the UK's formative acid house nights. Detroit and Belgian techno, US house, UK breakbeats, hip-house, Sheffield bleeps were all in the mixing pot as they started to pioneer a sound that would eventually become jungle. Celebrating 30 years since this seminal event, they've curated a series of albums that join the dots between the movement's cornerstones. From Frankie Bones' "Just As Long As I Got You" (from his fabled Bonesbreaks series) to the much darker side of Balearic king Nightmares On Wax in the form of "Aftermath", these are some of the many key records Fabio & Grooverider dug for to create a culture that's just as strong now as it was when it began 30 years ago. One of a four part series, each one is a keeper.
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